Thursday, May 30, 2019

San Diego Water Damage Restoration Company: Top Six Causes of Water Damage - Press Release - Digital Journal

San Diego Water Damage Restoration Company: Top Six Causes of Water Damage - Press Release - Digital Journal


San Diego Water Damage Restoration Company: Top Six Causes of Water Damage - Press Release - Digital Journal

Posted: 29 May 2019 08:31 PM PDT

The biggest culprits for water damage are leaking pipes and plumbing issues. However, this is not all – the leading service provider in San Diego – Pacific Flood Restoration – shares the top 6 causes of water damage.

Pacific Flood Restoration, a water remediation services company serving San Diego and the surrounding areas has been in the business for over 10 years. Now, they can list the major sources for water damage in homes to help homeowners and business owners protect their property.

"Most of the work we do for water damage cleanup in San Diego, CA has to do with plumbing," said Michael Damico, principal of Pacific Flood Restoration.

The biggest culprits for water damage are leaking pipes and plumbing issues. There are a variety of reasons for each. Some who live in southern California do not realize it, but what plants they use around their homes can cause problems. The roots can work their way into the septic and draining systems, causing clogs and backups.

Other issues include basement and attic problems, often following catastrophic storms and weather.  Each of these can be fairly common in San Diego.

"The final culprits are the home appliances and HVAC systems. The HVAC system, for example, has a drain pan. Algae can grow in the drain pan and clog the drains. Water from the condensation backs up into the pan and leaks into the home's ceiling. This is major damage in most circumstances," continued Michael Damico – Principal at Pacific Flood Restoration, the leading San Diego water damage service provider.

Pacific Flood Restoration fixes water damage from all of these sources. The company is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week all year long. Their emergency services often help prevent minor water damage from becoming severe and displacing a family for what can be a significant amount of time.

More information, including examples of pre and post work, is available on the website. Visit www.pacificflood.com for details.

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Company Name: Pacific Flood Restoration LLC
Contact Person: Michael Damico
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Phone: 760-815-3033
State: California
Country: United States
Website: www.pacificflood.com

Your View: How natural gas tax would help families devastated by flooding - Allentown Morning Call

Posted: 30 May 2019 05:03 AM PDT

Managing an agency that supports emergency response throughout a state as large and diverse as Pennsylvania is not without its challenges. More and more, I find one of those challenges to be visiting communities, like those in Northampton, affected by flood damage. At these sites, it does not take long before being confronted by desperate faces only just beginning to realize the scale of their loss.

GoFundMe launched to support USS Batfish memorial amid ongoing flood - Tulsa World

Posted: 30 May 2019 06:45 AM PDT

The USS Batfish wasn't meant to float again, and organizers face a daunting task to repair the submarine and further secure it from sailing downstream.

The World War II submarine, moored at Muskogee War Memorial Park since 1972, briefly floated from its resting place during the most significant flooding Muskogee has seen since the boat arrived. 

A GoFundMe campaign created Wednesday looks to raise $150,000 to help cover costs to restore the submarine from water damage and reposition the vessel back to its original place. 

Servpro has reportedly agreed to work with the park on the restoration effort. The GoFundMe has raised $1,228 as of Thursday aftnoon. Contributions can also be made directly to the Batfish through the memorial park's website, warmemorialpark.org.

The Batfish's bow has been floating, but the stern remains buried after weight was added to ballast tanks, according to staff at the memorial.

At least one moor line is holding, and National Guard relief teams installed an additional high-density rope line to provide temporary tension relief during the ballast tank operation. That line is still holding but cannot be relied upon as a sole method of restraining the 1,700-ton submarine, memorial park staff said in a social media post.

Batfish

The USS Batfish rests in water during the October 1986 flood at the Port of Muskogee. Jim Fowler Studios

"After the 1986 flood, that's when they decided to put the stern underground," park director Brent Trout told Tulsa World in a previous interview. "The rudders are underground, and that is probably what helped in this scenario. The thing we're really watching is the mooring line on the port side. ...

"It's a 1,700 ton vessel. If it breaks loose, it will take stuff with it."

Frankenmuth families sift through flood damaged basements - nbc25news.com

Posted: 28 May 2019 04:14 PM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Frankenmuth families sift through flood damaged basements  nbc25news.com

FRANKENMUTH, Mich. -- It is a common site in Frankenmuth over the last few days. Restoration crews busy trying to help clean up after this weekends flooding.

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